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1 year ago
Is there any role of Rabeprazole in treating hiatus hernia?
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1 year ago
A hiatus hernia is the bulging of the stomach into the chest through an esophageal opening in the diaphragm which is larger than the normal size. A hiatus hernia is associated with acidity and heartburn. Rabeprazole does not play any role in treating hiatus hernia, however, it can help in relieving the symptoms of acidity, heartburn and acid reflux.
The information given above is for Rabeprazole which is the active ingredient of Rabeprazole.
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52 years
2 years ago
Pain in throat while walking hiatus hernia by escopy .echo normal thyroid nl x ray throat normal.tmt slightly abnormal for high BP Please advice Please advice is it pain hernia heart.liver pancrious .l am totallyconfused
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Dr. Nabajit Talukdar
Heart Specialist
2 years ago
Probably hiatus hernia see a gastroenterologisy
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1 year ago
What is the difference between asthma and hiatal hernia?
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1 year ago
The term hiatal hernia refers to protrusion of upper part of stomach into the chest cavity by tearing the diaphragm. Symptoms of hiatal hernia include acid reflux leading to heartburn, difficulty in breathing, etc. Acid reflux may cause irritation of lungs and airways and subsequent breathing difficulty worsening asthma symptoms. Asthma is a chronic allergic disease of airways where narrowing of airways leads to wheezing, cough, and breathlessness. Asthma and hiatal hernia may worsen each other, but strong scientific evidence for this association is lacking.
The information given above is for Asthma which is the active ingredient of Asthma.
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29 years
2 years ago
My wife had acidity problem in past and 7-8 months back she did a course of PAN D for a week on doctors suggestion and she was fine. Now matter of fact is from past 2 years there was hardly any physical activity and we were eating out more than 3-4 times a week. but from past 1 month we have stopped eating fried/junk food and started exercise (gym) also. Since two weeks she had few symptoms of acidity plus uneasiness in breathing while lying down. we met a Gastro on 20th May and he suggested endoscopy which was done on 23rd May. No ulcer or deformity was found in endoscopy the only problem doctor reported was hiatus hernia Grade A esophagitis. He prescribed tab Nezpro,lesuride half hour before bfast and dinner and mucane gel plus taking precautions like having small meals, not drinking water after having food, taking gap between having food and lying down. she took all the precautions all the symptoms of acidity went but problem in breathing while lying down straight on back increased, this followed up now with heaviness in upper chest and feeling like something is wrong with throat. plz notice that this heaviness was not throughout the day but only for short durations during day time. one doctor friend suggested chest X-ray and ECG. we underwent both tests and both were very normal. we Again met with our Gastro on 1st june and he gave us the report of biopsy done for H pylori infection during endoscopy which came positive but he mentioned this is not the cause of breathing problem and suggested us to meet someone in respiratory medicine plus he replaced Mucane gel with gavison syrup after which there was some releif in her breathing problem but it was short term. we met a today in Dept of critical care and resp medicine today and he looked confused as he said lungs are working fine and u don't have asthama he suggested tests for thyroid which again came negative. breathing problem is still there and increasing due to which my wife is having diff time in sleepin
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Dr. Ila Jain Khandelwal
Pathologist
2 years ago
Dear Sir Greetings from 1mg. I can understand your problem and concern. May be the breathing problem is due to a acidity and hiatus hernia. You can consult a Surgeon and a sleep specialsit.
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27 years
3 years ago
Pain in abdominal area (right side) pain through may back and abdominal area through testis. Jst consulted with a M.D, he tell it could be an infection or hernia (have to do u.s.g). What is the symptoms of hernia and is hernia curable without surgery?
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Dr. Praveen Pushkar
Sexologist
3 years ago
For hernia consult a general surgeon
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72 years
3 years ago
Is there any medicine for Hernia, like some oil/thailam for applying outside. It is in a rating stage.
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Dr. Deepak Kumar Soni
Skin Specialist
3 years ago
Surgery is better option for Hernia problem
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40 years
2 years ago
Acid reflux stomach to throat in 10 years use omeez20mg
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Dr. Sfurti Mann
Diabetes Specialist
2 years ago
Use tab pantop It Get endoscopy done to find if it's related to hiatus hernia or any surgery is neeeded
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26 years
2 years ago
I want to ask about Inguinal Hernia. Is there any treatment by which it can be cured completely without surgery?
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Dr. Deepak Kumar Soni
Skin Specialist
2 years ago
Hi for Hernia surgery is better option
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54 years
3 years ago
I have hernia compliment. Is it possible to clear without operation.
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Dr. Saurav Arora
Homeopathy
3 years ago
Please get it diagnosed from a surgeon, the stage and location of hernia
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26 years
3 years ago
I have affected by intestinal hernia past 1 to 2 yrs old suggest me what to do
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Dr. Deepak Kumar Soni
Skin Specialist
3 years ago
Hi Hernia will treated with surgery on best way.
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5 years
2 years ago
Inguinal hernia treatment for paediatric female patients age 5 month
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Dr. Rahul Yadav
Child Specialist
2 years ago
Hello, the only effective treatment for inguinal hernia is surgery. Get it done.
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22 years
3 years ago
I got pain on the left side of my umbilicus on straining while passing stools, after which I didn't strain much, the pain reduced. Later on I'm getting the same pain on and off even while sitting normally what is the reason doctor? But I don't see any bulge or swelling, no discharge from the umbilicus, no other problems, no previous surgeries, what will be the reason? Is it a starting stage of umbilical hernia? Or some other reasons?
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Dr. Pushkar Mani
Diabetes Specialist
3 years ago
could be hernia refer to surgeon
10 people found this useful

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